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[329e] So in order to further this plan he kept hindering my departure; for he brought me into the Acropolis1 and housed me in a place from which no skipper would have brought me off, and that not merely if prevented by Dionysius but also if he failed to send them a messenger charging them to take me off. Nor would any trader nor any single one of the officers at the ports of the country have let me pass out by myself, without arresting me on the spot and bringing me back again to Dionysius,

1 The citadel of Syracuse, where Plato was housed during both his visits, the tyrant thus having him under his eye.

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